Lyft and Uber Are Finally Operating in Vancouver

After a long long time , Vancouver and the province has finally approved Uber and Lyft to operate this week. Vancouver was the only large metropolis in North America where Uber and Lyft were pretty much outlawed and unable to operate. British Columbia’s Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Claire Trevena has blamed the old government … Continue reading Lyft and Uber Are Finally Operating in Vancouver

Ride Sharing Drivers in Toronto Now Must pass A City Training

City of Toronto is now requiring drivers to pass a city mandated training to be eligible to work for companies such as Uber and Lyft in the City of Toronto. The new updated bylaw governing all Toronto ‘vehicles for hire’ now is in effect this Wednesday January 3rd. Few things are changing: The minimum number … Continue reading Ride Sharing Drivers in Toronto Now Must pass A City Training

Data OF 15 Million LifeLabs’ Canadian Customers Compromised

Lifelabs , Canada’s largest provider of health diagnostic testing services, acknowledged that more than 15 million of accounts have been compromised in a recent hack. However Lifelabs has mentioned that they have negotiated with hackers and paid a ransom fee to get the data back. Information of more than 15 million of customers in British … Continue reading Data OF 15 Million LifeLabs’ Canadian Customers Compromised

Toronto’s Startup Oncoustics Simplifies Liver Disease Diagnostics

We have sat down with Ahmed El Kaffas, Co-Founder at Oncoustics, to talk about his Toronto’s startup. The company helps with early diagnosis when it comes to liver disease without invasive biopsies or expensive imaging. Oncoustics is changing that with AI diagnostics for inexpensive, pocket-sized, point-of-care ultrasound, which is not ordinarily capable of high-resolution diagnostic imaging. … Continue reading Toronto’s Startup Oncoustics Simplifies Liver Disease Diagnostics

Nova Scotia’s Crypto owner’s Exhumation Is Requested

Lawyers of Quadriga CX’s users are requesting Canadian government to do the exhumation of late Gerald Cotten to make sure it’s really him. Last year Cotten has passed away while on a trip to India. He ran the biggest crypto fund in Canada. He was the only person in his company who knew the password … Continue reading Nova Scotia’s Crypto owner’s Exhumation Is Requested

Sales of Electric Vehicles in Ontario Decrease due to Rebate Cut

Since Doug Ford’s government has cut the rebate for provincial electric cars in Ontario last year, the sales for the electric cars like Tesla, have stagnated. The Canadian national target might now not be met due to Ontario’s lack of sales. If you compare first 6 months in 2019 to the same first 6 months … Continue reading Sales of Electric Vehicles in Ontario Decrease due to Rebate Cut